Vintage Eyeglasses 101

It can be really challenging to find the right eyeglasses that really matches you. The options at your eye doctor’s office makes it seem like the only options are all Harry Potter–like specs or frames decorated with rhinestone Ed Hardy logos. Most people today turn to vintage or hipster style of clothes to get away from the monotony of mass-produced mainstream fashion, so why not opt for vintage stye eyeglasses and frames, right?

Vintage Style Eyeglasses

How to Find the Vintage Eyeglasses of Your Dreams

The truth is that eyeglasses rule, and anyway you shouldn’t let your style choices be dictated by someone you’re trying to attract. Consider your less-than-perfect vision a blessing; your frames can act as an extension of your personal style… Read more at RookieMag.com

Legend has it that the vintage eyewear were invented by the Roman emperor Nero who, aside from an unsightly neckbeard, was known for avoiding the midday glare of the sun with polished emeralds held in front of his eyes. Then later, during the 12th century, Chinese judges in China would wear pieces of smoky quartz to conceal their faces while questioning witnesses. Fun fact!

Vintage Style Sunglasses

The Complete Guide To Sunglasses Styles

For as long as there has been a sun in the sky, there has been a need for sunglasses. However, like most other menswear staples born out of necessity, there is much more to these frames than meets the eye. Pun intended… Read more at FASHIONBEANS

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